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AIRPOWER: Mitsubishi A6M Zero 
WEAPONS of WWII
Mitsubishi A6M Zero

The Mitsubishi A6M Zero ("A" for fighter, 6th model, "M" for Mitsubishi) was a lightweight, carrier-based fighter aircraft employed by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service from 1940 to 1945. Its history mirrored the fortunes of Imperial Japan in World War II. At the time it was introduced, the Mitsubishi A6M was the best carrier-based fighter plane in the world and was greatly feared by Allied pilots. Tactics were developed by 1942 by Allied forces to engage the Zero on equal terms. By 1943, American and British manufacturers were producing fighters with greater firepower, armor, and speed and approaching the Zero's maneuverability. By 1944, the Mitsubishi A6M was outdated but remained in production. In shifting priorities during the final years of the War in the Pacific, the Zero was utilized in kamikaze operations.
 


 
  • Type Fighter
  • Manufacturer Mitsubishi
  • Maiden flight 1 April 1939
  • Introduction July 1940
  • Retired 1945 (Japan)
  • Produced 1940-1945
  • Number built 11,000
  • Variants Nakajima A6M2-N
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AIRPOWER: B-17 Flying Fortress 
WEAPONS of WWII
B-17 Flying Fortress
B-17 Flying Fortress

The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress is an American four-engine heavy bomber aircraft developed for the US Army Air Corps (USAAC). Competing against Douglas and Martin for a contract to build 200 planes, the Boeing entry outperformed both the other competitors and more than met the Air Corps' expectations. Although Boeing lost the contract due to the prototype's crash, the Air Corps was so impressed with Boeing's design that they ordered 13 B-17s. The B-17 Flying Fortress went on to enter full-scale production and was considered the first truly mass-produced large aircraft, eventually evolving through numerous design advancements, from B-17A to G.
 


 
Two B-17 Flying Fortresses vapor trails light up the night sky over Eastern Europe.
  • DESIGNED BY: Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington
  • MODEL: B-17G Flying Fortress
  • REQUIRED CREW: Ten-Pilot, Co-pilot, Navigator, Bombardier, Flight Engineer (top turret gunner), Radio Operator, 2 Waist Gunners, Tail Gunner and Ball Turret Gunner
  • WEIGHT: (Fully Loaded) 65,500 lbs
  • RANGE: 1,850 miles. Range could be extended with external tanks
  • BOMB LOAD: Maximum normal load 8,000 lbs, w/ external up to 17,600 lbs
  • SPEED: Maximum 300 mph @ 30,000 ft
  • WING SPAN: 103 feet, 9 inches
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AIRPOWER: Axis and Allies Airpower Basics 
AIRPOWER
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Want to learn the basics of Airpower for Axis and Allies RTS? Take a moment to familiarize yourself with the fighters, bombers, basic stats, and upgrades for each of the countries featured in the game. [LINK]

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